[MAGNA]Corvette C6 6.2L LS3 Magnuson Heartbeat Supercharger Kit [Chevrolet Corvette Automatic, 2007 C6 with LS3] 557.7 P

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[MAGNA]Corvette C6 6.2L LS3 Magnuson Heartbeat Supercharger Kit [Chevrolet Corvette Automatic, 2007 C6 with LS3] 557.7 P

Post by Jeroen » 26 Aug 2013, 15:22

Corvette C6 6.2L LS3 Magnuson Heartbeat Supercharger Kit created by Magnacharger [MAGNA]

Typical results for a "Chevrolet Corvette Automatic, 2007 C6": 557.7 PS / 598.7 Nm @ 7 PSI
For pricing or details on this kit check http://www.magnacharger.com/p-113-corve ... r-kit.aspx
More information on the vendor: http://www.magnacharger.com/

Magnuson Products is proud to announce our brand new “UNDER THE HOOD’ HeartBeat supercharger system for the Chevrolet Corvette platform. This bad boy requires no body modifications, features the Eaton “TVS” 2300 rotating group with our internal intercooler system, and of course our bypass valve. You may actually get better gas mileage...but I doubt it, it’s just too much fun! When you “Wake up Maggie”, it’ll push you back in the seat like nobody’s business! Once you’ve been supercharged, you can never go back...trust me!

Magnuson Products supercharger kits are complete with all the components necessary for installation. Included in the kit is our brand new “HeartBeat” cast aluminum intake manifold, factory ‘push-lock’ connectors are utilized in the fuel system for installation ease, Twin dual-pass charge-air-coolers utilise Formula-1 racing thermal-control technology, coolant circulation pump, heat exchanger and all necessary hardware to make a complete installation package. Initial dyno numbers are shown below, but these will change pending further refinement of the tune calibration. How’s this for a start?


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